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Thursday is Thanksgiving, already you say? It’s time to start planning. First, how many people are you cooking for? What are you cooking besides the traditional turkey? Have no fear. We’ll get to how to cook that bird to perfection tomorrow. There is this wonderful web site, Epicurious.com, that has the great recipes, menu planning and, best, it is free. Be careful though, it can become addictive. So whether you are cooking for one, two or 40, they have the recipes and plans to fit your holiday celebration.
A secret cut of turkey, a genius double-stuff sweet potato technique, and a personal-size dessert are all it takes.
Thanksgiving menus are usually built for a crowd. Here’s how to do it for just the two of you with leftovers (or four of you without).
Even cooking for a smaller Thanksgiving crowd can be daunting. But this three-hour menu for eight makes the holiday a breeze.
The sweet potatoes, the turkey, the cranberry sauce—it’s all there. It’s just a little fresher, and a lot easier to pull off, than the menu Grandma would have made.
The first rule of hosting for 20 or more: let go of the Norman Rockwell turkey-carving moment.